Simon Eaddy is the current Assistant Coach of the Canadian Women’s National team, and the Women’s Excel Program Goalkeeping Manager with the Canadian Soccer Association. During his time with Canada, Eaddy has helped lead the team to international success in multiple competitions, including two bronze medal finishes at the Summer Olympics (2012, 2016), a quarterfinal birth at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and winning the CONCACAF Championship in 2010. Eaddy’s main role has been in goalkeeping, where he has worked with some of Canada’s best, including Erin McLeod, Stephanie Labbe, and Karina LeBlanc. Prior to Canada, Eaddy, a native of New Zealand, was the Goalkeeping Coach for the New Zealand Women’s National Team, as well as the National Coach Development Manager for New Zealand Football. With New Zealand, Eaddy coached at the FIFA U-20 World Championship in 2006, as well as the FIFA Women’s World Cup in both 2007 and 2011. Aside from football, Eaddy has a Master’s Degree from the University of Waikato in New Zealand.